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Robert B. Parker
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A Savage Place
hardcover
138 pages
One of the early Robert B. Parker mystery novels, starring P.I. Spenser.
He heads out to Los Angeles to guard a tv-reporter doing a piece on organized crime and corruption and extortion in Hollywood. Unfortunately she's not very good at investigating and too good at attracting the wrong kind of attraction from the local crime scene..

Spencer is basically a white knight with issue. He's struggling to stick to his own principles and morals and often crosses the line..

The story itself it quite transparent and no real challenge, it seems most of the book is dealing with Spencer and his ideas on women and society.. The ending smewhat surprising perhaps and makes it worth wile, but it's stil more of an easy read rather than a recommended..
7/10
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